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Night air show, governor's visit in store for AirVenture

10:09 AM, Jul. 31, 2013  |  Comments
People line up outside of the Jeppesen tent early Wednesday morning to get their hands on a hat.
People line up outside of the Jeppesen tent early Wednesday morning to get their hands on a hat.
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It's a bit hazy outside, but the airplanes are still flying as Day Three of AirVenture kicks off.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will be on the AirVenture grounds today. He will address the crowd from the Announcer's Stand near Philips 66 Plaza beginning at 1:15 p.m.

While the skies overhead will be busy during the day, the entertainment continues long after dark.

Country singer Aaron Tippin and local band Chasin Mason will entertain the crowds in Phillips 66 Plaza after the afternoon air show finishes at 6:30 p.m.

Not in the mood for music? Stick around anyway. At dusk, airplanes will take to the sky again for the first of two night air shows planned this week. Performers will dazzle spectators in the night sky in airplanes equipped with lights and pyrotechnics. Following the air show, there will be fireworks.

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